Monthly Archives: November 2008

PTOM: Bend 3rd Party Libraries to Your Will With the Adapter Pattern

No matter what you do or where you work, there will always be the 3rd party library that your manager insists you use (you know, the one whose agreement was made on the golf course), or that old legacy code … Continue reading 

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Welcome Steve Donie!

We have a new member to the Los Techies Crew.  Steve Donie has been managing Agile teams for a long time, currently leading a team a DrilingInfo.  He’s a familiar face in the Austin development community.  He’s been involved in … Continue reading 

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Unobtrusive JavaScript Part 2 — Separating Content, Style and Behavior

In my first post, I described some of the major principles that drive UJS style of development.  In this article, I’m going into more detail about separating content from markup. The Bad Old Days If you have been around long … Continue reading 

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